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Monday, October 13, 2003

Gossip Roundup 

I'm sure there will be a GroveWatch posted later today but I'm linking Lloyd's column for the simple reason that literary uberagent Esther Newberg (who may or may not be as powerful as Amanda "Binky" Urban) feels that the world should know what she thinks about the Red Sox/Yankees matchup:

"It's tough to be me. The night we won, I was walking into Yankee Stadium with my Red Sox cap on, and this twentysomething young man spat on me! Also, a woman screamed at me as I was going up the escalator. She said, 'Go back to Boston!' I told her, 'The last time I thought about it, this was called America, but you probably can't even spell the word.' I want to see the Yankees humiliated. Humiliated. That's the word I would choose."

Some gems over at Page Six today. Rodney Dangerfield wants to clone himself. Why, so he can get twice as little respect?

Steven Seagal proves to be even more of a pig as he hits on a 15 year old girl in front of her mother.

And perhaps my favorite: Various chefs, including Anthony Bourdain (who doubles as a crime fiction author whose most recent book, THE BOBBY GOLD STORIES, is excellent) confess that when they are at home, they use the George Foreman Grill to cook stuff. No kidding. I love mine and can't imagine what I would do without it.

It's official: you now cannot tell the difference between a porn star and a socialite. Thanks, Paris Hilton!

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